Enough Said (2013)

Enough Said is a sympathetic divorce dating drama that has bittersweet wit and wry laugh, although it sometimes might alienate younger audiences.

I don’t usually park in front of your house. I usually just drive by,” said Eva.

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November Rain: 7 Lite Dramas to Enjoy On The Rainy Season

Seven (7) randomly-picked decent lite romantic dramas, to celebrate those feelings amplified during the rain of November.

โ€œDo not be angry with the rain; it simply does not know how to fall upwards.โ€ย โ€• Vladimir Nabokov

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Safety Not Guaranteed (2012)

Safety Not Guaranteed is a fabulously not-so-time-travelling sudden romance that embraces witty comedy and comical imagination. Duplass and Plaza makes this film intriguing but still watchable.

How far back do you want me to go?” asked Darius.

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What If (2014)

Tacky and entangled in genre-cliches, yet, What If is still a sweet banality favored by sweet-but-poignant talks and genuine chemistry by Radcliffe and Kazan.

Friends?” asked Chantry. “Yeah, why not? Friends,” replied Wallace.

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The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

A YA novel adaptations that turns out convincing me as a sad teenage romance story with quaint cancer issue—that doesn’t exploit the cancer issues to pump up audience’s emotion, but optimistically hails the YOLO points of view of our terminally-ill characters.

I fell in love with him the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once,” said Hazel Grace Lancaster.

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The Spectacular Now (2013)

The Spectacular Now uniquely forges the conventional boy-meets-girl relationship with their typical angst of future and curiosity into a natural summer beauty. Praise Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley.

The best thing about now, is that there’s another one tomorrow,” said Sutter Keely.

More spectacular!